Acer Ferrari One Netbook powered by AMD Congo platform

Acer Ferrari F1 netbook is powered by AMD's Athlon X2 L310 processor, which runs at a core speed of 1.2GHz and is coupled with 1MB of L2 cache. The system operates on AMD's M780G chipset and incorporates the ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics chipset, a step up from the X1250 graphics chip on HP's Pavilion dv2 laptop. […]

Acer Ferrari F1 netbook is powered by AMD's Athlon X2 L310 processor, which runs at a core speed of 1.2GHz and is coupled with 1MB of L2 cache. The system operates on AMD's M780G chipset and incorporates the ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics chipset, a step up from the X1250 graphics chip on HP's Pavilion dv2 laptop. Other hardware include the integrated Draft-N wireless solution, Bluetooth, optional HSDPA and a 5600mAh six-cell battery pack. The 11.6-inch display is capable of outputting videos and images at a screen resolution of 1,366 by 768, while the integrated graphics can provide support for hardware-accelerated, high-definition videos. The system also comes with a Dolby Home Theatre solution and is apparently going to be priced at a starting 499 Euros.